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Los Angeles schools to give lessons on ‘privilege’ and ‘intersectionality’

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Got privilege? If so, then the Los Angeles school system is about to vilify you. The course “Privilege 101” was just prepared and approved by the LA’s Unified School District’s Office of Human Relations, Diversity, and Equity.

“Privilege 101” is just the latest lesson in a laundry list to come out the LAUSD, including  “Critical Race Theory, Racism, and K-12 Education,” as well as “What is SCOTUS,” “Say Gay,” and “What Can We Do About Gun Violence?”

In this lesson, students will learn that there are various different types of privilege, including “white privilege,” “heterosexual privilege,” “religious privilege,” “gender privilege,” “cisgender privilege,” and “able-bodied privilege.”

Breitbart News reports: “The presentation went on to discuss the concept of intersectionality, claiming that ‘people may experience privilege in some areas but lack privilege in others.’ It noted that there are various identity categories, highlighting race, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, and gender identity.”

For those who fall into a privileged category, they are taught to be a “good ally” with tips including “understand your privilege” and “listen and do your homework.” It also reminds the students that “ally is a verb.”

Breitbart News previously revealed that LAUSD works with an organization to normalize child transgenderism. The nation’s second most populous school district has also teamed up with Planned Parenthood.

“The district has also hosted an LGBT club intended for four-year-olds and promoted the ‘two-spirit’ sexual identity. LAUSD even hosted Bianca Salvetti, a nurse practitioner from the Children Hospital LA’s Trans Youth Health and Development Department, to speak to members of the community” adds Breitbart News.

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Teacher in Ireland imprisoned for refusing to use ‘gender-neutral’ pronouns

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An Irish teacher’s fight against the woke masses has landed him in jail. Enoch Burke allegedly was initially suspended on full pay from the Wilson’s Hospital School temporarily, after refusing a request from the principal to address a transgender student by “they” instead of “he,” according to Irish outlet Independent.ie.

Burke is an evangelical Christian who teaches at Wilson’s Hospital School, a high school that is run by the Church of Ireland. It is co-ed and caters to boarding and day students.

Burke continued to show up to school in order to teach, despite his suspension. As a result, the boarding school got an interlocutory injunction restraining order against him, barring him from coming in the building.

Still, Burke showed up every day to work. Then, “the school’s board of management filed a further application, and on Friday, Justice Miriam O’Regan ordered Burke to be arrested and brought into court” reports National Review.

In court, Burke continued to insist on showing up to school teach, saying, “I love my school. I am here today because I would not call a boy a girl,” the outlet reported.

Not going to work and teaching “is not something I will do. It is in violation of my conscience,” Burke added, claiming his suspension was invalid and that he would’ve had to “commit an act of gross misconduct” for it to be justified, according to the outlet.

“It is reprehensible that anyone’s religious beliefs could be taken as a ground for misconduct or gross misconduct,” Burke said. “Were I to obey the order of the board of management and the order of the court, I would have to accept that sticking by my belief in male and female is wrong.”

“It is not something I will do. It is in violation of my conscience,” he added, saying, “Were I to go into the school and bow to something I know to be manifestly wrong, it would be a shame and a disgrace on my part.”

Justice Michael Quinn ordered Burke be committed to Mountjoy Prison and remain there indefinitely “until he purges his contempt or until further order of this court.”

Burke refused to comply with the court’s order after the judge’s decision, saying, “I cannot purge my contempt by holding my Christian beliefs in contempt.”

 

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